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Town and Country Resort & Convention Center - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Town and Country Resort & Convention Center

500 Hotel Cir N, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Interesting Adventure"
When I booked our room I knew that the Hotel was doing renovations so I expected that. We arrived at the hotel extremely late due to the Cajon fires and many road closures. (4 hour trip turned into 10 hours) The staff was very friendly each time that I called to let them know we were still traveling. When we finally arrived we were give a room that was still under construction, I contacted the front desk and they moved us to a new room. The second room was nice and clean. Unfortunately we were awaken after being asleep 3 hours by the jackhammers and construction at 9 am two floors above us. Staff was very nice and helpful. Should be really nice once the renovations have been completed. It was in a great location. Overall our stay was good.
Traveller from Las Vegas, NV
Comprising 32 acres, this resort and conference center is next to the 27-hole Riverwalk Golf Club; Old Town, Balboa Park …More
Travelodge San Ysidro - San Ysidro Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Travelodge San Ysidro

190 E Calle Primera, San Ysidro - Map
 
 
"Took a few minutes getting used to this place"
Nice big luxury towels and big king size bed. Wasn't bad after all.
Traveller from San Diego
Situated in a shopping district, this motel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Las Americas Premium Outlets and within 3 mi (5 km) of El …More
Harborview Inn & Suites San Diego Harbor - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Harborview Inn & Suites San Diego Harbor

550 West Grape St, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Hotel in Little Italy"
Great location. Older building - could use new carpeting and paint. Free parking if you can actually get a spot and never want to use your car the whole time.
A Traveller
Harborview Inn & Suites San Diego Harbor is 2 blocks from the city's Little Italy neighborhood. San Diego Zoo is a 7-minute …More
Hard Rock Hotel San Diego - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

207 5th Ave, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Pool experience is something to be inproved upon. "
I picked this hotel specifically because of their pool parties. My husband and I were disappointed with the very small pool and the pool wait staff. It was a Friday, so we were more interested in their Friday night pool party. We were frustrated to learn that it was free to anyone off the street, not just hotel guests, so we could've stayed in any hotel in gaslamp. The party was decent however the pool staff and pool bar staff are pretentious, aloof and have bad attitudes. There were a lot more kids in the pool during the day than I was expecting and there is not enough seating for guests around the pool. The check-in staff member was really nice and the hotel itself is contemporary and comfortable overall. We may or may not give it another try in the future as there are many others to try in the Gaslamp area.
A Traveller
The Hard Rock Hotel is in the center of San Diego's bustling Gaslamp Quarter, with restaurants, bars, and nightlife. The San …More
The Sofia Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$203

The Sofia Hotel

150 W Broadway, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Tiny rooms"
Unless youbget a suite these rooms a tiny and for a party of two i wouldn't recommend it. I moved to a suite and they are more c9mfortable. Friendly staff and good service.
A Traveller
In the heart of downtown San Diego, this historic boutique hotel is 2 blocks from Horton Plaza, 4 blocks from the Gaslamp …More
Days Inn Mission Valley - Qualcomm - SDSU - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$60

Days Inn Mission Valley - Qualcomm - SDSU

5343 Adobe Falls Rd, San Diego - Map
 
 
Beds were very comfortable and staff was friendly and helpful.
A Traveller
Located in Mission Valley, this hotel is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcala and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from …More
The Dana on Mission Bay, BW Premier Collection - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$245

The Dana on Mission Bay, BW Premier Collection

1710 W Mission Bay Dr, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Mixed bag, but good."
Not sure if it was their fault or Travelocity, but had a mix up on the room. Combination of some older buildings and some newer ones and we ended up in the older part. Nice complex, very private and clean. Staff goes out of their way to help whenever possible. Hotel restaurant is nice but a little pricy. Great location for trips to the bay, ocean or Sea World. Lots of options for the whole family. Two nice pools and hot tubs and nightly movies for the family outside. Wifi was pretty bad.
A Traveller
Adjacent to San Diego's Mission Bay, this 13-acre hotel is within 2 miles of SeaWorld and Mission Beach, and 6 miles of the …More
Urban Boutique Hotel - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$127

Urban Boutique Hotel

1654 Columbia Street, San Diego - Map
 
 
"Beautiful hotel in Little Italy near Gaslamp Dist."
I stayed at this hotel from February 02 - February 07 of 2016. This hotel is very close to many restaurants and shops. I walked most places and used Uber a few times (you don't need a rental car unless you want to venture out a little further). I recommend visting Crab Hut, which is a seafood restaurant located on 5th St in the Gaslamp District...try their crab legs (they are seasoned to perfection)!!! I would like to give a shout out to the Urban Boutique Hotel staff, Vince and Richard, they were the best! They were very helpful, attentive, patient, most of all cheerful...thank you gentleman for making my family and I feel comfortable and welcome! I am looking forward to my next visit!
Traveller from Dallas, TX
Located in Downtown San Diego, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Firehouse Museum and Maritime Museum of San Diego …More
Bay Inn and Suites at Seaworld - San Diego Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Bay Inn and Suites at Seaworld

3325 Midway Dr, San Diego - Map
 
 
2.8 out of 5 (1,386 reviews)
Located just 10 minutes from the airport, this hotel is a short drive from the ipayOne sports center, Old Town San Diego, and …More
Best Western Plus Marina Gateway Hotel - National City Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$140

Best Western Plus Marina Gateway Hotel

800 Bay Marina Dr, National City - Map
 
 
"Great hotel at a great price and perfect location."
San Diego is a beautiful city and very easy to get around if you have a rental car like we did. This hotel is located just south of the city, right off interstate 5, which is perfect. Easy into downtown San Diego, even with traffic. The hotel was clean and quiet, with an extremely friendly and helpful staff. We had just come from the Hard Rock Hotel in Vegas, so it was a wonderful change of pace. The pool was small, but peaceful and clean with plenty of sitting room. if you are looking for room service and such, this isn't the hotel for you. But if you're looking for a nice, friendly and clean home base while checking out San Diego (and you have a car), this is def the perfect spot.
A Traveller
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is 1.8 mi (3 km) from Chula Vista Nature Center and 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from …More

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    San Diego is the epitome of the eternal summer. A place where the famous SoCal sun is always out, but cooling ocean breezes temper it into the perfect climate. But as a wise wanderer, you need more than great weather to entice you to a place. San Diego more than amply delivers. It's a city where luxury hotels in San Diego atop skyscrapers complement the cosmopolitan atmosphere of a culturally and historically rich treasure, while oceanfront resorts offer you a beautiful room just steps from the water. In San Diego, flip flops and shorts can be your uniform of choice, and an afternoon's pursuits will involve nothing more strenuous than touring craft breweries. Yet, if you desire, the finest seafood restaurants and sunset vistas also invite you to dress up and enter into a distinctly informal type of elegance you'll only find in California. With such a convivial atmosphere, you'll know that your days will be spent outdoors, your horizon painted with the blues of the bay, and your entire being immersed in the sounds, scents, and smiles of summer. You will face one challenge, though: deciding where to stay in San Diego because they're all great options.

    Things to Do on Land

    Start your adventures at Balboa Park, a 1,200-acre open space filled with museums and gardens. With so many downtown San Diego hotels, you'll find that some of the best places to stay in San Diego are conveniently close to this urban-meets-nature treasure. Among dozens of other attractions, the park is home to the San Diego Zoo, the pride of the city for its pioneering animal exhibits that enthrall adults every bit as much as youngsters. You might generally skip a city's zoo in favor of more culturally compelling attractions, but this one is well worth fitting in to your itinerary. After a morning spent gawking at the vintage automobiles at the San Diego Automotive Museum, head to the harbor to hang out in the brig of the aircraft carrier-turned-museum USS Midway or the deck of the oldest active ship, the Star of India. Other great things to do in San Diego include venturing back in time at Old Town, a historic park encompassing a number of buildings constructed in the 1800s. The Whaley House there will get you acquainted with the area's early days and maybe some local spirits on a ghost tour. Not interested in hanging out with the dearly departed? Head a little farther north to La Jolla Cove to hear the sea lions bark and watch the sunset deliver its nightly curtain call from the sandstone cliffs or San Diego hotels.

    Things to Do on the Water

    Around San Diego, you'll almost certainly be enticed to get out onto, or into, the calm waters of one of the bays. It's as though the protected lagoon of Mission Bay was designed for kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, or splashing around in the shallows. And in San Diego you can enjoy such recreational pleasures year-round with San Diego hotels in close proximity to it all. Experience the thrill of cruising through San Diego Bay on a state-of-the-art yacht, or enter into the evening in style with a sunset cruise. Go beyond what the beach hotels in San Diego offer and ride out into the vast Pacific in search of whales crashing and breaching as they make their way otherwise silently along the coast. The gray whales make their migration from June to September, when you could be lucky enough to behold a blue whale, the largest animal on the planet. In your many years of traveling you've beheld some incredible natural wonders, and seeing the immense hump of a blue whale's back emerging above the surface of the ocean, knowing it represents but a fraction of the behemoth's bulk, will rank among the most unforgettable of them all.

    Eating and Drinking

    You can’t visit San Diego and not try one of its famous California burritos. It turns out you can add french fries or carne asada to just about anything. Taste the SoCal twist on Mexican cuisine in local buttery avocados, the cooling freshness of pico de gallo, dollops of sour cream, and handfuls of cheese that adorn signature burritos, tacos, and quesadillas alike. Or there's always the fish tacos. Pair these San Diego staples with a sweet and salty margarita while staying at one of the cheap hotels in San Diego, and you’ll be living like the locals in no time.

    Sample more refined culinary offerings across the bay in Coronado, or to the north in La Jolla. Think sumptuous Champagne brunches, extensive wine lists showcasing California's best labels, and platters of plump shellfish artfully arranged over ice. If a day of fun in the sun has you hungry for something more filling, the Little Italy neighborhood is dotted with Italian restaurants spanning family-owned pizza and sub joints to traditional trattorias serving heaps of home-style pasta. Embrace the challenge to sample every facet of San Diego cuisine—after all, you have three meals a day worth of options.

    Day Trips

    Did you bring your passport? San Diego's southern reaches butt up against the U.S.-Mexico border, across from which is the sprawling city of Tijuana. Most day-trippers stick to the tourist-oriented bars and street markets close to the border zone, and there's no shortage of vendors offering goods from "gold" necklaces to woven blankets to handcrafted leather purses. You might also find some time for tacos, tequila, and a portrait with one of TJ's famous zebras (Play along—they know, you know, we all know it's a painted donkey). Stick to California, and potential day trip destinations include the small coastal city of Carlsbad, famous for its flower fields. A riot of multi-hued blooms arranged in painterly rows, the scene harmonizes beautifully with your vacation's endless summer theme. If you can stand a temperature drop for a day, drive up into the Cuyamaca Mountains to the picturesque town of Julian. Its gold-mining heritage (all of it captured in the walls of pioneer-era structures) is unusual for SoCal, as are the apple orchards that thrive in the milder mountain climate. Find time for such a day trip and be reminded that smaller towns and little-known destinations can be just as memorable as major cities. Your photos of those flower fields will be as vibrant as any you snapped at the beach, and the street tacos you inhaled in TJ as tasty as a meal in the finest waterfront restaurant.

    Ready for a San Diego Sojourn?

    Are you ready to let the cool surf of the Pacific Ocean wash away your cares while the warm sun toasts your toes and freckles your face? Check out our extensive listings of San Diego lodging. Pack your suitcase with sunscreen, swimsuits, and flip flops, and it will soon sink in that you're getting ready for a summer vacation no matter the month of the year.

    How to Get to Catalina Island from San Diego

    Getting to Catalina Island from San Diego is a snap and the most popular way to reach the island is by boat.

    • Take the 5 North or hop on the Amtrak Coaster from San Diego Station to one of the three Ferry Ports to Catalina Island.
    • Ferry ports to Catalina Island Include:
      • Dana Point (closer to San Diego)
      • Long Beach (shorter ferry ride to Catalina)
      • San Pedro is reachable by freeway from Orange County and Los Angeles
    • An Island Express helicopter charter is a great option for the truly adventurous
      • You can usually get from San Diego to Catalina Island in about 15 minutes

    If you want to experience a different side of Southern California lifestyle on your San Diego vacation, consider a getaway to Catalina Island. Perhaps the most popular of the California Channel Islands, Catalina offers snorkeling in the crystal Pacific, hiking to some of the best vistas in the state, dining on fresh seafood, and even buffalo-watching.

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